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About Texas Appeals

In Texas, when someone is convicted of a crime, he or she generally has the right to appeal under Art. 44.02 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure. However, if a defendant pleads no contest or guilty while entering a plea bargain with the state, he or she has a limited ...

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Blog posts in Appeal

  • Can a Conviction Be Appealed?

    If you’re like most people, you’ve heard about cases being appealed, but do you know what that means exactly? Can any criminal case be appealed? ...

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  • Appealing a Decision That You're Not Disabled

    If you have a disability that has made it impossible to engage in any meaningful work activities, then it is very important that you secure Social ...

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  • How to Appeal a Crime in Texas

    It is generally said that a person is innocent until proven guilty, but that is not always the case. Even when a court finds a person to be guilty of ...

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    In Houston on February 15 th , law enforcement officers announced that they would be performing an event called the 2013 Great Texas Warrant Round-Up. ...

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    Jerry Alan Bottorff is a suspect awaiting trial for several crimes. According to court documents, the supposed criminal is accused of murder-for-hire, ...

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